You can but its useless as you can add links without using HTML.
Yes you can. I have been doing that since I didn't know you can add a link by simply clicking that link button and I used to edit HTML to add links.
Not to deflect from the question...but if you want add a link you are capable of doing so within the body of your hub or by adding a link capsule.
If you are trying to input HTML code to implement some sort of graphic such as a banner to also serve as an active link than the answer as far as I know is that you may be able to but don't see the purpose.
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